The One Hikeable Lake In Wyoming That’s Simply Breathtaking In The Fall

Autumn is one of the best times for a hike in the Cowboy State. The air is crisp, and the wilderness is ablaze with fall colors.

There are loads of places around the state where any hike would provide the best Wyoming has to offer. If you’re looking for a recommendation, however, we have just the place. The Jenny Lake Trail is absolutely spectacular in the fall, and it’s a fairly easy hike. The bonus is the area around the lake itself. While Jenny Lake is a beautiful spot to visit year round, it’s particularly breathtaking in the fall.

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What’s your favorite Wyoming place to hike in the fall?